The goal of the College’s curriculum is to develop habits of mind that enable persons to be lifelong learners, creative problem solvers, and participatory citizens in a democratic society. The College emphasizes small classes, generally limited to 19 students; seminars, multi-disciplinary team taught courses and other engaged modes of learning; and the development of critical reading, discussion, and writing skills.
- Honors Courses at West (Fall 2015)
- Honors Courses at West (Spring 2015)
- Current & Historical Honors Courses at All Campuses
The primary purpose of the Honors Enrichment Contract is to give students and faculty the opportunity to interact about challenging academic issues in non-honors courses. Students and faculty should feel free to design an agreement that is tailored to the specifics of their interaction, the expected work, and the course. Both faculty and students should be able to benefit from the honors enrichment contract work. The student will initiate the Honors Enrichment Contract process through his or her MyASU page by selecting the “Honors Enrichment Contract” link in the My Programs area. More information